This is not an ‘effect’, but I’m a big fan of routing tools. They can be quite handy and can make life much easier. Today I wanted to talk about the Morley George Lynch Tripler Multi-Amp switch. Note, this is an amp switcher for the ‘front end’ of the amp. Do NOT plug speaker cable outs into this unit. This switcher basically routes output signal to 1-3 amp inputs. With this device, you would run your pedals into the input of the switcher, and the signal is then split into 3 signals which could be delivered individually to amps, or set to send signal to all 3 amps at the same time.
This can be quite cool for rhythm vs. lead tones handled by amps vs. pedals. The downside of this, is you would need to lug around multiple amps, but the upside, some serious tone and control!
Beyond the 3 footswitches, there are also is a Boost knob providing 20dB of clean boost to all 3 outputs.Â LEDs indicate what amp is receiving signal.
If found this YouTube demo of the Morley George Lynch Tripler by Andrew Gardiner:
I also wanted to bring this up, because I found a sale price on this unit. The Morley George Lynch Tripler lists for $206, and is usually available for $103, but is currently on sale at Amazon for only $79.13 and ships for FREE. Not bad.
If you have experience with the Tripler, please let us know what you think by commenting below!
8 years ago
I use one of these at Alchemy Audio headquarters. It’s a perfect tool for switching between different amps I have set up in the shop for auditioning different pedal / amp combinations.Reply